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ST. MARK’S GIRLS SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
MEERA BAGH, NEW DELHI - 87
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Exhibitions
Maths Quest - (July 2016)
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SMS Girls School - Maths Quest : Click to EnlargeMathematics is the music of reason. Without mathematics there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is number. In our relentless pursuit to stir the mathematical expression of our students and to help them understand the basic elements of mathematics like logic, intuition, analysis and construction; an array of activities were conducted for all classes 6-12 through the week. Students exuberated with joy and participated enthusiasticallyin the activities.

Students of class 6 made beautiful designs on the grids by using the concept of percentage and fractions. Beautiful displays on tessellation patterns and mandala designs were a treat to eye.

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Class VIII made models on Pascal’s garden, Class IX made mathematics journals, Class X did power point presentation on trigonometric facts.

For class XI there was a debate on ‘Mathematics &Technology are inter-dependent’. It was well contested. Also, it was time for class XII to put on their thinking caps as they went through exhilarating round of questions & answers in a quiz on Boolean Algebra.
Science and Maths Exhibition - (29 July 2016)
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Benjamin Franklin had understood the true meaning of education when he had said - "Tell me and I forget, Teach me and I remember, Involve me and I learn." In continuation of our untiring pursuit to promote the learning of concepts that lay bare to us the mysteries of this world ... this universe, our school organised a Science and Maths Exhibition on 29 July 2016.

The Exhibition was graced by the presence of Dr. G. S. Tuteja, the Deputy Dean of Delhi University, Dr. Surinder Kr. Jain, a retired Professor of Zakir Hussain College and Dr. Manish Kansal, a Professor at Hindu College. Ms. Lissi Brace, the Principal of Southeast Zealands Sports Boarding School also visited the Exhibition wherein she was left astounded by the praise worthy effort of the students.

Science is the poetry of reality and it was sheer poetry - of concepts and theorems alike, that had been given physical form when one entered the rooms allotted to the scholarly students of Science. In each room, there were exhibits of intriguing creatures, fascinating machines, tantalizing toys and compelling concepts. As the students welcomed the guests who were there to explore their wondrous exhibits, they explained to them notions that seemed complicated but were dealt with in the most non - complex manner. The students reaffirmed the idea that science is a way of thinking for science is made up of mistakes, but they are mistakes which it is useful to make because they lead little by little to the truth.

The rooms allotted to the wizards of Maths were no less intriguing. As one entered the world of numbers, what met one's eye was the practical application of maths that perhaps is not even noticed by the masses. It is interesting to note that people may like to avoid maths , but they love counting, adding to and multiplying their assets while they work on subtracting and dividing their liabilities. This was quite evident at the SMGS Mock Bank where mathematical concepts used in everyday life were highlighted. Further, the engrossing exhibits of the mathematical minds included models based on various concepts, theorems, shapes and derivations. Students who ushered the guests into this maze of numbers, showed them how interesting it is to find one's way around it for life is like maths - it is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out. As the students fielded the volley of questions that came their way, they showed people that Mathematics is the abstract key which turns the lock of the physical universe.

Each guest who walked into this alluring world of Maths and Science was left dazzled by the enchanting exhibits that revealed the praiseworthy effort of the students. The students themselves were astounded to see how they had turned concepts that may seem dull into dazzling exhibits. What one learnt from this endeavour was - never stop questioning - somewhere something incredible is waiting to be found.
 
Science & Maths Exhibition - (August 2015)
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Social Science Exhibition : War & Peace - (29 November 2014)
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It is quite ironical that - ‘The purpose of all War is Peace.’

On 29 November 2014, St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School organized a Social Science Exhibition titled - ‘War and Peace’. Through this exhibition, the school aimed to exhibit all the wars around the world that have shaped the course of history and our world as we know it today. The esteemed guests at the exhibition were Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, the founder Chairman of the school, Mrs. Anjali Aggarwal, the school’s Chairperson and Mr. Rahul Aggarwal, the school’s Manager. In colourful attire, the students danced with great vigour as they declared that the brave are surely those who have the clearest vision of what lies before them - Glory and Death!

After this captivating dance performance, the esteemed guests and parents were taken on a round of the school premises where 23 rooms covered various themes related to war and peace such as the Kalinga War, the Roman Wars, the French Revolution, the Asian Wars, World War I and II, the Cold War, etc. The enlightening round began with the courtyard where the students had tried to answer the intriguing question - ‘Why are wars fought?’ Each room at the exhibition was a visual delight that offered the visitors food for thought as they learnt about the Caliphates and the Crusades, the Spanish and Asian Invasions. Colourful depictions of American Hegemony and Contemporary Wars set their minds ticking while dramatizations of various historical events thoroughly entertained them as well as educated them. As the guests took rounds of rooms based on terrorism and the drug wars, they realized how true conflict has been brought to our very own doorsteps.

The Exhibition -‘War and Peace’ was truly successful as it taught all to aim for the understanding that brings peace and not the peace that passes understanding.

CBSE National Level Science Exhibition - (11 to 13 September 2014)
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Science is about exploring reality step by step. Once again it was a matter of great pride for St. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School Meera Bagh when Simran Dhir and Tanya Gaba of Class XII participated in CBSE National Level Science Exhibition at Mount Abu Public School Rohini, Delhi. Three hundred and fifteen exhibits were displayed in three day exhibition. Exhibits under different themes like energy, agriculture, health were displayed by students of different states of India. Students of St. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School displayed exhibit on energy conservation which was appreciated by visitors. The event gave students a chance to gain experience in science so that these scientific genius develop the problem solving skills that empower them to participate in an increasingly logical and technological world.
Science & Maths Quest - (16 to 19 July 2014)
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Every great advance in science has issued from a new audacity of imagination and to give platform to the imagination of young minds St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School, Meera Bagh organized Science and Maths Quest from 16 to 19 July 2014. Various activities related to maths and Science were organized. Students of class VI and VIII made models of Aliens and space colonies according to their imagination. They enjoyed making number collage and symmetry popup cards. Quiz and debate competition was also conducted for classes VIII-X. Class XI made Jigsaw puzzles and did mathematical designing. Extempore on science related issues was conducted for students of class XII. Students enjoyed three day activities which gave them a way to shape their imagination. Quest culminated with exhibition where students displayed exhibits related to concepts of maths and science. Parents came to encourage students. Principal Ms. Sheena Kalenga and Vice Principal Ms. Sabina Shergill appreciated the efforts done by students. As there is no science without fancy such activities gave wings to imagination of young minds.
Maths Exhibition - (2014)
"I listen, I forget.
I see, I remember.
I do, I understand."


Comprehension is of utmost importance in Maths. Therefore, to pragmatize the mind boggling concepts of this subject, an exhibition was organised by our school. The gala event which saw the participation of classes VI to XII emerged as a thumping success. The Herculean task of studying mathematics was eased to a great extent. There were student-friendly models on topics ranging from the amicable fractions, shapes and quilt designs by class VI to the comparatively intimidating real nos., congruence, factorization, angles and 3D solids presented by classes VII & VIII. At the secondary level our thinkers put up a commendable show, demonstrating displays on the Pythagoras theorem, Heron's formula and trigonometry with absolute expertise which showed an immaculate understanding of these topics. Senior students came up with spell-binding ideas such as Cell phone transmission tower that was the CENTRE OF ATTENTION. So it is aptly said, "The sky is not the limit, Limits are just confined to our minds."
 
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